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Resoundingly Human

Feb 12, 2021

It’s no secret that the effective transferring of information, resources, and best practices throughout an organization benefits everyone, whether it involves interdepartmental cooperation on a project, or simply two coworkers tackling a challenge over a cup of coffee. But what happens when your organization is global, and a visit to a coworker’s office might involve a flight overseas, and the importance of the effective transfer of ideas and employee skillsets must be weighed against the potential incurred costs?

To provide insight on how multinational firms can address these complexities, I’m pleased to introduce Christian Stadler with the Warwick Business School whose study, “Transferring knowledge by transferring individuals: Innovative technology usage and organizational performance in multi-unit firms,” is selected for publication in the INFORMS journal Organization Science.